The Charity Commission has launched a consultation on draft guidance setting out the principles for managing relationships with organisations that are not charities. It is common for charities to have close connections with non-charities, for example trading subsidiaries or charities established by commercial businesses, and that this is not a concern in principle. However, the commission says…Details
The Ethical Property Foundation is a UK charity which offers voluntary organisations free property guidance, advice and workshops. It offers a wide range of expert advice on legal issues and premises management working with property professionals. The Foundation has just launched its bi-annual Charity Property Matters Survey 2018 which takes around 10 minutes to complete. This is…Details
Historic England would like to hear your views in this feedback survey to help inform and improve future editions. It should take no more than 10 minutes and all answers will be anonymous. The survey closes on 18th February.
Send a written submission to the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee’s inquiry on the social impact of participation in culture and sport. The deadline for written submissions is Thursday 22 February 2018. The Alliance will be sending a response based on its heritage and health work.
This consultation invites comments on draft regulations which create an exemption to the requirement in the Neighbourhood Planning Act 2017 that local planning authorities obtain the written agreement of an applicant before imposing a pre-commencement condition on a grant of planning permission. This consultation closes at 11:45pm on 27 February 2018.
Older consultations/surveys are currently open include: Historic England contested heritage consultation. Closes 16th February. England’s cathedrals’ future governance and funding. Closes on 28th February. Law Commission consultation on planning law in Wales. Closes 1 March. Local Authority Fair funding review: a review of relative needs and resources. Closes at 11:45pm on 12 March. Arts Council England…Details
You need a wildlife licence from Natural England if you plan to disturb or remove certain wildlife or damage habitats. The focus of the proposal is on the licences issued to enable development activity, particularly in relation to impacts on European Protected Species (e.g. great crested newts and bats). Natural England proposes that licences for…Details
Provide feedback on the draft legislation and VAT Notice that will introduce Making Tax Digital for VAT. The draft regulations provide that VAT registered businesses (including charities) must keep an electronic account of information specified in the amended regulations and use an approved form of software to prepare and render returns. The deadline for comments is 9…Details
The Arts Council England is now calling on the public, the arts and culture sector and our other stakeholders to help shape their 10 strategy– including those individuals who don’t participate in the art & culture that the Arts Council currently invests in – about what they think the arts and culture scene in England should…Details